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A crash course in blockchain and crypto

I built a digital currency, for no good reason. The result of that experiment is this list of resources you can use to quickly gain an understanding of blockchain and crypto. (1.31.18 )


Would I do ExitEvent all over again today?

ExitEvent was a startup network and news source that blew up into a successful startup that I sold. Would I do it all over, knowing what I know now? (1.27.18 )


Ask me all your stupid questions

In my last post, I gave away copies of my book, Everything You Should Know About Startup, covering all the basic stupid questions about startup. Now, I want to make the experience a little more interactive. (1.25.18 )


I'm answering all the stupid questions about startup so that you don't have to ask them

I'm giving away free copies of my book *Everything You Should Know About Startup* and I don't want anything in return. Just read it and go do something awesome. (1.22.18 )


This Isn't a Comeback Thing

After seven-plus years of roller-coaster ride with my startup, I've made a change. And I'm pumped. But it took some doing to get there. Here's how I changed gears. (1.21.18 )


Defining the Context Layer in NLG Part 2: What Does It Mean?

Good NLG leaves the reader with actionable information—and the creator should write to that. (10.25.17 )


Defining the Context Layer in NLG. Part 1: What Just Happened

In this post, we'll look at the first and most important structural elements, and talk about building a context layer around it. (10.4.17 )


That Old Adage About a Startup With a Solution Looking for a Problem

In Episode 6.7 of The Startup Show, we talk to NeuroPlus founder Jake Stauch about his amazing brainwave tech. (10.3.17 )


When a Startup Takes On Big Corporations

In Episode 6.6 of The Startup Show, we discussed the challenges of starting up a retail product. (9.19.17 )


The Fine Line Between Love and Hate in Startup

Last week, we discussed whether or not Teaching Startup should have a future. (9.14.17 )


Ideas and money falling out of pockets on Sand Hill Road

There's a lot of debate in this episode and it's all warranted and it's all around where you start your company and how much that matters. (9.7.17 )


Why Startup is a New and Different Kind of Fun

Before I started my journey at Automated Insights, I had spent a couple years consulting. But I didn't just do consulting, I went all-in on a consulting startup. (8.31.17 )


Good vs. Bad Automated Content? It's In the Context Layer

The difference between good automated content and bad automated content can be boiled down to the number of scenarios the programmer creates to turn ordinary data into beautiful prose. (8.28.17 )


Why I Wanted MATI Energy and Neuro Plus on The Startup Show

There are some obvious reasons why I wanted to get Tatiana Birgisson, founder of Mati Energy, and Jake Stauch, founder of Neuro Plus, on The Startup Show. And also some not-so-obvious reasons. (8.24.17 )


Why That Startup Side Project Is So Important

I realize how cool it is that I'm in a position where I can be so open about my side project(s) at any given time. (8.18.17 )


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